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Primavera Sound drops spectacular 2018 lineup

The vibrant affair Primavera Sound has announced a stunning 2018 lineup. Over 200 artists across a bevy of genres front the eighteenth edition set for May 28–June 3 in Barcelona.Primavera Sound lends a glimpse into generational references with a pulse on contemporary music. The bill presents a push towards comprehensiveness, grrrl power, and once in a […]

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Ceremonia festival announces stellar one-day lineup featuring Four Tet, Caribou & more

Toluca, Mexico’s one-day independent music festival, known as Ceremonia, has announced its spectacular 2018 lineup. The event’s latest edition will see an impressive array of indie acts hit the stage with Four Tet, Caribou, Mura Masa, Soulwax, Cashmere Cat, Arca, and more.Tickets and more information on the one-day installment taking place April 7 are available here. Continue Reading at […]

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Love International unveils 2018 lineup featuring Floating Points, Four Tet, and Bicep

Croatian music festival Love International has unveiled another phase of artists to play the 2018 edition. Floating Points, Four Tet, Palms Trax and Bicep will all descend on the week long festival come June 27th.Love International previously announced UK stalwarts Ben UFO, Craig Richards, Optimo, Bristol’s Shanti Celeste and Germany’s Prosumer to play the festival’s third edition.  “We are […]

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Four Tet remixes Madvillain’s ‘Great Day’

Four Tet‘s sweeping, expansive soundscapes have solidified him as one of experimental dance music’s most revered auteurs. On his remix of Madvillian’s “Great Day,” the producer injects atmospheric synths and Eastern influenced strings into the alternative hip hop pioneer’s velvety rhyme scheme.Madvillian — comprised of MF Doom & Madlib — cuts to the core, embodying […]

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Four Tet reworks the ethereal Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith, drops off two new originals

Two of modern electronica’s grandest composers — Four Tet and Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith — are both fresh off critically-acclaimed albums.New Energy and The Kid, respectively, will likely stand as two of the year’s most transcendent, poignant, and accessible experimental full-lengths. Thus, it would seem apropos for the two to work together. Luckily, it seems Smith and Four Tet agree with this […]

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Four Tet answers questions about new album, ‘New Energy’

Four Tet‘s ninth studio album, New Energy, hit the airwaves at the end of September. In the month since then, the producer has taken to the internet to answer fan questions about the latest collection of music, revealing some of the behind-the-scenes work that went into the LP.In his Q&A with Twitter, the producer emphasized that he […]

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Four Tet announces six live shows set for 2018

Four Tet is set to play a short run of live shows next year following the debut of his newest album New Energy, his first full-length release since 2015’s Morning/Evening.The London producer took to Twitter yesterday to announce a pairing of dates in his hometown at Village Underground on February 19 and 20. The two shows will be followed […]

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Four Tet’s ‘New Energy’ is a texturized, transcendent work of renewal [ALBUM REVIEW]

Four Tet‘s  routinely provides a sound alternative in an ever-expanding landscape of sonic saturationIf the United Kingdom were to crown a Prime Minister to rule over its cutting-edge dance culture, the prolific producer, whose real name is Kieran Hebden, would undoubtedly be at the forefront of deserving acts. His lifelong body of work is a continuously-furthered effervescent endeavor and yet […]

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Listen to Four Tet’s ethereal new mix on BBC’s ‘Late Junction’

Four Tet‘s new album is hitting internet platforms and airwaves on September 29. In preparation for New Energy’s arrival, the producer extraordinaire stopped by the BBC Radio 3 studio to deliver an hour and a half long exclusive mix that delved into his most eclectic record collection.Hebden described the mix as such: “I’ve specifically picked out things that […]

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Four Tet to give benefit show for Mexico City hurricane victims

Four Tet is teaming up with London promoters Eat Your Own Ears and the Mexican restaurant, Casa Morita, to organize a benefit event to raise money to support victims of the large scale earthquake that struck Mexico City on September 19th. The 7.1 magnitude quake unsurprisingly led to infrastructural and environmental ravage, claiming the lives […]

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Four Tet shares contemplative new track ‘Scientists’ off forthcoming album

The energy is palpable, as Four Tet‘s new album, New Energy, will see the light of day this September. In what was unsurprisingly anti-climactic, Kieran Hebden announced the record on his social media on Sept. 12. The following day, the artist coyly dropped the album’s fourth single, “Scientists.”“Scientists” is a slightly more laid-back affair than previous swirling numbers “SW9 […]

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Four Tet’s new album, ‘New Energy,’ is out at the end of the month

In July, Four Tet released his first official single as a solo artist since 2013, “Two Thousand Seventeen.” The artist’s emergence from the woodwork, in turn, was all a culmination of his grand sonic return and a look at his forthcoming record New Energy. After the first release, the artist’s since shared two swirling tracks, “SWL 9SL” and […]

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Four Tet slings out swirling new song ‘SW9 9SL’

Four Tet is slinging out some seriously mysterious work as of late. With no complaints, Kieran Hebden’s recently shared “Planet,” was shortly followed up with a slyly shared track added to his long-running Spotify playlist. The gibberish-emoji titled track ended up dating back to 2016’s Randoms compilations. Now he’s slung out another new track, that swirls in its […]

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Four Tet shares mysterious track dating back to last year’s ‘Randoms’ compilation

Looks can be deceiving. Sounds, on the other hand, are pretty straightforward. So stands Four Tet‘s latest Spotify mystery. Just last week, Kieran Hebdan uploaded a new track to his pinned Spotify playlist named with various emoji and unknown symbols. While it’s not clear what the track is named on first glance, it’s clear after […]

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Four Tet releases avant-garde new single, announces album coming in 2017

London based DJ and producer, Four Tet, has emerged from the woodwork in grand form with the release of his newest track, “Two Thousand And Seventeen.” Featuring sweeping harmonic progressions and tranquil sonic sensibilities, the striking downtempo piece marks Kieran Hebden’s first officially released single as a solo artist since 2013. “Two Thousand And Seventeen” comes alongside […]

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